Swami Samachittananda ji (Kamalesh Maharaj), who had been serving at our Singapore centre, has now been designated as the Assistant Minister at our Argentina centre. He has come to India on a brief visit. He delivered a discourse on Sunday, the 22nd of November, 2015 from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Maharaj, an accomplished singer, also sang a couple of Bhajans. Topics: Ramakrishna Mission, Spiritual Discourse, Discourse, Swami Samachittananda
Dharma Talk recorded in India, February 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Discourse, Titmuss
This is one of those memorable discourses addressed by the Buddha to the lay community that is found in the Anguttaranikaya (AN 4.61). In this case it was a teaching given to the householder Anathapindika. The Buddha first outlines four desirable things: wealth which is honestly gained, fame, long-life and a Heavenly rebirth; he then shows how these things can be attained; and the deeds that can be performed with that wealth which will ensure further well-being. It ends with the Buddha... Topics: Buddha, Dhamma, Dharma, Discourse
Jonathan is joined by special guest Dee Dee Warren to exposit the Olivet discourse from preterist perspective, seeing the events predicted therein as being largely fulfilled within the first century with the destruction of Jerusalem in AD70 Topics: Preterism, Eschatology, Olivet Discourse
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Anaphora (Linguistics), Discourse analysis Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=L7oLAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Episode 0.1 Beta - iTunes Placeholder Click here to get the episode directly, or click one of the links to the right to subscribe to our feed. This episode: * Nothing really special * Honestly * Ron and Eric puss out because of a measly 3 feet of snow (whatever guys, that's cool, but you were purse shopping and you know it) * Jason discusses what will be discussed on the show without actually discussing it in a fit of postmodernist nonsense Music: * "Take it Easy" - Bright Eyes All... Topics: discourse, philosophy, beta episode, discourse under the influence, beer, drunk
This work is about of an analysis discourse tool "carta a la sociedad" where was maked in a Public University (Nacional) where different students answer to seven questions related to politic's formation in there university. we analisys this discourse specifically two questions of "carta a la sociedad" Topics: Proposition, joung discourse, ethic, reconocimiento
Professional and disciplinary rhetoric often breaks down when texts cross professional boundaries. An ethnographic study conducted in an Indiana courtroom during a civil trial demonstrates the failure of disciplinary rhetoric. Despite the fact that the plaintiffs in a personal injury case had demonstrated the negligence of the defendant according to the rules of legal logic, they lost the case. The jurors were following their own narrative script of the events portrayed in the courtroom. If the... Topics: ERIC Archive, Court Litigation, Discourse Analysis, Discourse Communities, Discourse Modes, Higher...
This book is based on my doctoral thesis Valori stilistice ale timpurilor verbale in limbile engleza si romana, which was defended at Universitatea Bucuresti, Romania, in March, 1999. Consisting of two parts, the approach opens with a comparative presentation of the English and Romanian verb systems. In its second part, the study focuses on each of the English tenses (with both its simple and progressive forms) to discuss its (more or less successful) version in Romanian. The study is based on... Topics: tense, aspect, aktionsart, epistolary discourse
In this episode we will discuss the some of the poetry of Pablo Neruda as well as some of the similarities between his work and that of his contemporary, William Butler Yeats. Topics: Yeats, Neruda, poetry, discourse, translation
Within the framework of Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis, this study is devoted to the analysis of male and female representations in three school textbooks to which children from 6 to10 years old are exposed to, in primary schools in Algeria. The methodology adopted is to connect the linguistic features in the texts (the Micro) to the social factors (the macro). The Analysis reveals that despite the measures taken by the Algerian government, in general and the Ministry of education,... Topics: Discourse, Gender, Representation, Socialization, Textbook
The volume includes discourses of Abelard, Descartes, Condillac, Destutt de Tracy, Sartre, Levi-Strauss, Althusser, Merleau-Ponty, Foucault, Lacan, Greimas, semiological studies of the narratives of St Julien of Flaubert, Heer of Waris, Puran of Qadiryaar, and a cinemetographic, intellectual journey of the author from Deccan College to US France JNU Topics: Semiotics, Discourse analysis, Structural Critique
This Episode * We're in Iraq (and soon Iran) to take the oil from the middle east to keep NASCAR going. I can't believe we didn't see this one earlier. It's so intuitive. * Some stuff about World War II, "what's next--women drivers?" * He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was basically serialized gay porn in Saturday morning cartoon form. * Jason successfully segues from Stinkor (of He-Man fame) to the Israel problem. * Asia's mineral resources. This is really enthralling stuff. *... Topics: dui, discourse under the influence
An analysis of the role of the word "hence" and its near-synonyms examines the relationship between logic as a science, as a natural language, and as argumentation. The analysis is done in the context of elementary propositional logic. The first section is a limited discussion of the standard logician's treatment relegating "hence" to the realm of non-truth-functionality: that is, the truth-value of the compound proposition is not simply a function of the truth-values of its... Topics: ERIC Archive, Connected Discourse, Discourse Analysis, Epistemology, Inferences, Intellectual...
Although current theories concerning the composing process overlap in useful and interesting ways, a paradigm is emerging. This article discusses two of the major assumptions of this emerging paradigm: that there are distinct purposes for each kind of discourse (for example, expressive, literary, persuasive, and referential) and that the relation of speaker, audience, and subject is basic to all types of discourse. The article then explores four kinds of questions which should help researchers... Topics: ERIC Archive, Connected Discourse, Descriptive Writing, Discourse Analysis, Persuasive Discourse,...
The two current approaches to teaching academic discourse are conventional and collaborative; in practice, they overlap because both are based on a "conversational model" of learning to write in college. Taxonomists and collaborationists disagree on the relative emphasis that should be placed on the various pedagogical methods: collaborationists fear that taxonomists adhere too rigidly to conventions and taxonomists fear that collaborationists ignore the problem of how much--or... Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Discourse, Connected Discourse, Cooperation, Discourse Analysis, Higher...
This paper describes some aspects of essays produced by students who as writers in the United States would commonly be called "basic writers." The paper focuses primarily on the grammatical subjects in these essays and offers a view of how closely grammatical structure typical in speech correspond to those typical in writing. It reports on the results of an in-class essay writing assignment given to basic writers in which the grammatical subject of the main clause was examined--in... Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Discourse, Basic Writing, Discourse Analysis, Discourse Modes, Grammar,...
The Cartesian/Newtonian vision of human existence is outmoded because modern quantum physics has rendered it inaccurate. Quantum theory has demonstrated that the world cannot be reduced to independent and separate elements. The notion that there is an external, objective reality "out there," separate from the self, to be classified, measured, quantified, and manipulated has been severely undermined. But while the scientists in the hard sciences are moving beyond... Topics: ERIC Archive, Classroom Communication, Classroom Techniques, Discourse Analysis, Discourse...
byShannyn Moore, Kelly Walters, Ivan Bacon, Dave Turnbull, Fireweed Communications (Anchorage My-TV5) and TapRoot
INTERVIEW David Gottstein-President, Dynamic Capital Management and co-founder of the Backbone Group, a citizen watchdog for oil and gas issues. PANEL Elstun Laueson-Rural Development Consultant and writer Elvi Gray-Jackson-Anchorage Assemblywoman Dick Reichman-Cyrano's Theatre Company Playwright Taped at Taproot Topic: Gas Pipeline, Alaska Permanent Fund, Civil Discourse
RECSUND A GUIDED DISCOURSE A soundtrack to a film I may never make. Its about a couple who like in a lot of sci-fi storeys escape there origins for a higher state of conciseness. The two find out the possibility of freeing themselves from their physical entities to discover the shift isn't as simple as first imagined. 01 LEAVING THE INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH PERIMETER BREAK 02 DEFENCES ALERTED TO LATE 03 THE WALK BEGINS & SUFFERS SECOND FORTS 04 NEARLY DETECTED IN THE MIDDLE OF KNOWHERE 05... Topics: RECSUND, A GUIDED DISCOURSE CLIFFOR SAGE